VIDEO: Amazon Food in Suriname + Island Hotel Tour & Caimans | Isadou Island, Suriname

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My epic travels continued after I arrived on Isadou Island, in which I took a tour of the island and hotel attempted some delicious Amazon food in Suriname, and should observe some of the wildlife! Come along with me as my Surinamese experiences at the Amazon continue!

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Isadou Island is situated approximately five hours south of the capital of Paramaribo. It’s a hotel island in the middle of the Suriname River. It’s extremely beautiful and kind of reminded me of my period. You will find 28 bungalows on the island. Three of these have two beds, while the others have four beds. You could eat there and also have a bath in the lake!

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With me providing a tour of my own bungalow, my day on the island started. Sink the toilet, and shower have been all correct there the moment you input! Beyond this is a room with 2 beds with mosquito netting them on. There’s a terrace with two or three chairs and a stand out, which looks out at the lake. It was time to try out some Amazon food in Suriname!

VIDEO: Amazon Food in Suriname + Island Hotel Tour & Caimans | Isadou Island, Suriname

Then guide Imro out of Jenny Tours and I went to find some lunch with my buddy. Lunch consisted of pineapple, green beans, a few veggies, chicken, and rice. The beans were amazing! They were so tasty and earthy. The melon greens was like a spicy coleslaw. The chicken also had a sweet and delicious , Asian-inspired marinade onto it and was also fantastic. Each of the food increased and is grown locally! Amazon food in Suriname is amazing and very organic!

VIDEO: Amazon Food in Suriname + Island Hotel Tour & Caimans | Isadou Island, Suriname

Imro went to go jump. There’s a place with flowing water where you are able to avoid caiman anaconda, and piranhas. It was OK, although quite a sunshower was occurring. I debated whether I should join him! Instead, I went featuring 3 hammocks overlooking the lake to an observation deck. This island is really sick!

At six you set your mosquito net down on your mattress. Then it was time for dinner!

On our way to dinner, Imro showed a tree along with me that a tree. It would just be the two of us since we were the only ones there. I had been expecting to find a few caiman at night after dinner.

We went back to the open minded dining hall, in which we had some beer before more Amazon food in Suriname. I had a Guinness Foreign Extra stout. Then, a woman arrived carrying our lunch on her head!

VIDEO: Amazon Food in Suriname + Island Hotel Tour & Caimans | Isadou Island, Suriname

Dinner consisted of casaba soup with rice and chicken. I’d never had it therefore that I couldn’t wait to try it! This was super thick and also I was reminded by the casaba of yuca. I think that they’re exactly the same thing! It arrived with a enormous chili pepper. I scooped out the seeds and then mixed them to the soup, which made it really spicy! The Amazon food in Suriname was great!

VIDEO: Amazon Food in Suriname + Island Hotel Tour & Caimans | Isadou Island, Suriname

After dinner, we all waited a little to go out to find the caimans, which come out around 8:30 p.m.. In 9 p.m., we headed out to the pitch dark. There was no light pollution, thus we could observe the celebrities well! We headed to the boat and put spotlights.

Going out on the river was such an experience. We found a caiman and that a swallow , which vanished right away. I can watch eyes reflecting the light. We spotted a large caiman . We found 3 caimans in total, including a 5-foot-long creature!

I hope you enjoyed coming with me to explore Isadou Island and also have some Amazon food in Suriname! If you did, then please also make a comment under and give this video a thumbs up. Also, please sign up for my own channel so that you don’t miss any of my upcoming travel/food experiences!

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